September 15: Short Film on Hurricane Katrina

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Thursday, Sept. 15: Short Film on Hurricane Katrina 
At our regular volunteers meeting, A.N.S.W.E.R.-New York will show "Eyewitness New Orleans," a new film made Gloria La Riva. Gloria traveled with the A.N.S.W.E.R. delegation to the ravaged areas. The film features the heroic testimony of Katrina survivors.
Read: Cuba offers doctos for relief efforts, This is Criminal" by Malik Rahim

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Friday, Sept. 16 NYC Rally with Hugo Chavez
and Ricardo Alarcon

Venezuela President Chavez and
Cuban National Assembly President Ricardo Alarcon speak!

Riverside Church, 120th St. and Riverside Drive

 Chavez photo - take 2

Saturday, Sept. 24: March on the White House
Money for relief, not for war! End the occupation!
Online tickets availiable from NYC to DC
Transportation page
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 Thursday, Sept. 15: Independent Film on Hurricane Katrina

September 15, 6:30pm
2295 Adam Clayton Powell
Take the 2/3 or B/C to
135th St.

Next Thursday at our regular September 24th volunteers' meeting, we will be showing "Eyewitness New Orleans," a powerful short film from Gloria La Riva, a member of the A.N.S.W.E.R. delegation that recently returned from New Orleans. Their report can be found here. The film features testimonies from the survivors of Hurricane Katrina. Come attend the film showing, and find out how you can become an organizer for the September 24th march on the White House. We're only two weeks away.

Friday, Sept. 16 Rally with Hugo Chavez and Ricardo Alarcon

A broad coalition of organizations has announced that on September 16 there will be mass rally in New York in solidarity with Cuba and Venezuela, which will feature major addresses by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and Cuban National Assembly President Ricardo Alarcon.

September 16 
Riverside Church 
120th Street and Riverside Drive

Tickets to this event are free, but will only be available on a first come, first serve basis.
Email [email protected] with a name for each requested ticket.

The U.S. State Department has refused President Alarcon an entry visa to attend a meeting of the Inter- Parliamentary Union, but it is expected that Washington will be forced to issue a visa in order for him to attend the UN General Assembly sessions. Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque will also be in New York for the UN meetings. If for security reasons, President Chavez is unable to attend, it has been confirmed that veteran popular leader and Venezuelan Vice-President Jose Vicente Rangel will take his place.


A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition
Act Now to Stop War & End Racism
Phone: 212-694-8720
Email: [email protected]


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